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^GRAPHICAL AND BUSINESS GUIDE 

OF THE CITY 

NO. 1. MAP OF THE BUSINESS PART OF THE CITY. 

2. MAP OF BOSTON PROPER. 

3. MAP OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF THE CITY (Showing 70 R.R. 

Station* ). 

4. MAP OF BOSTON ANTD VICINITY IN A CIRCLE OF 15-18 

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THEATRES, HACK FARES, HORSE RAILROADS, 
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Corner Charter street and Phipps place. 
Corner Hull ami Snowhill streets. 
Causeway st. ( Boston & Maine Fr'ghtdep.). 
Corner Causeway and Lo*ell streets. 
Corner Leverettand Willard streets. 
Corner Poplar and Spring: sr 

naek House, Merrimack street. 
Constitution Wharf 
Corner Cooper and Endicott streets. 
Corner Hanover and Richmond streets. 
Corner Commercial st. and Eastern ave. 
Corner Commercial and Richmond streets. 
Ea?; end of Faneuil Hall. 
Corner of Hanover and Salem streets. 
Quincy House. 

llayimrket Square (Boston & Maine dep.) 
Corner Sudburv and Hawkins streets. 
Corner Cambridse and Bowdoin streets. 
North Russell street (Church). 
West Citv Stab'eg. 

Corner Cambridge and "West Cedar streets. 
River street (Steamer House No. 10). 
Corner Beacon and Spruce streets. 
Corner Beacon and Clarendon streets. 
Corner Beacon and Beaver streets. 
Corner Pinckney and Anderson streets. 
Corner Hancock and Myrtle street*. 
Beacon street, opposite Somerset. 
Court Square (Police Station No. 2). 
Corner India street and Central Wharf. 
Corner Atlantic avenue and Long Wharf. 
Mason street. 

Corner Washinsrton and Milk streets. 
Corner Winter street and Central place. 
Corner Washington and Bedford streets. 
Corner Federal and Franklin streets. 
Corner Mil* and Oliver streets. 
Broad street, opposite R owe's Wharf. 
New York and New England R. R. station. 
Corner Summer and Hawley streets. 
Corner Purchase and Pearl streets. 
Corner Bedford and Lincoln i-treets. 
Corner Washington and Boylston streets. 
Corner Beach and Hudson streets. 
Cor. Kneeland ft South st*. (Old Col. dep.) 
Hudson street (Hose House No. 2). 
Harvard st (Boston & Albany Fr'ght dep.) 
East Street (School House). 
Warrenton street, near Tremont. 
Corner Pleasant and Eliot streets. 
Berkeley btreet, near Commonwealth ave. 
Washington street and Indiana place. 
Corner Harrison avenue and Seneca st. 
Corner Washington and Common streets. 
Corner Harrison ave. and Warehani st. 
Corner Beacon and Exeter sts. 
Corner Warren avenue and Berkeley st. 
Washington street (Steamer House X . 
Corner Shawmut aven> e and Waltham st. 
Dedham street (Police Station No. 5) 
shawmut avenue (Hose House No. 5). 
Corner Tremont st and Rutland square. 
Parker street and Railroad Crossing. 
Corner Dover and Albanv streets. 
West Uanton and Appleton streets. 
Northampton street ( Engine House No. 23). 
Corner Tremont and Camden streets. 
South City Stables. 
Corner Castle and Albion streets. 
Cor. Worcester street and Lincoln place 

(Commonwealth Hotel;. 
Corner Columbus av. and Buckingham st 

South Boston. 

Corner First and A streets. 

Corner Broadway and Dorche*ter avenne. 

Broadway (Police Station No. ti). 

Corner Dorchester avenue and Dorr street. 

Cor. Broadway & E st. (sav. Bank Build.) 

Corner Eighth and E streets. 

Corner Dorchester ave. and Dorchester st. 

Corner Sixth and B streets. 

Corner Eighth and G streets. 

Corner Broadway and Dorchester street. 

Corner Filth and D rtreete. 

Corner Eighth and K streets. 

Corner First and K. st: 



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4th st. bet. K & L (steamer House No. 2). 

House of Correction (Gate). 

Boston Wharf. 

I' . - Mill. First Street. 

Corner Dorchester and Seventh streets. 

Corner Fourth and P streets. 

American Steam Safe Works, City Point. 

Storev. near G street. 

N. Y. A New England R.R. Repair Shop. 

East Boston. 

Ferry Ho:ise (South). 
Corner Sumner and Damson street'. 
Corner Webber and Orleans streets. 
Corner Maverick and Meridian streets. 
Corner Sumner and Border streets. 
Corner Decatur and Liverpool streets. 
Corner Paris and Decatur streets. 
Grand Junction Yard. 
Corner Bennington street and Central sq. 
Corner Chelsea and Marion streets. 
Simpson's Wharf. Marginal street. 
Corner Marion and Trenton streets. 
Smith & Fisher's (• orge W'ks, Maverick at. 
Porter's Wharf. Border street. 
Pottery Works. 14« Condor street. 
Corner Eagle and Glendon streets. 
Corner Brooks and Saratov streets. 
Corner Chelsea and Saratoga streets. 
Sanborn Cube Works, Sara'oga street. 
Corner Moore and Saratoga streets. 
Corner Sumner and Paris streets. 
Corner Cottage and Everett streets. 
Corner Meridian and Princeton streets. 
Corner Putnam and Lexington st 

Roxbury District. 

Corner Albanv and Hampden street*. 
Corner Norfolk Avenue and Hampden st. 
Corner Washington and Arnold streets. 
Corner Tremont and Cabot st- - 
Corner Rucglei and Parker streets. 
Corner R aggies and Tremont streets. 
Corner Ruggles street and Shawmut ave. 
Longwood avenue (Carpet Factorv). 
Hook and Ladder No. 4 E istu >:. : eet). 
Corner Eustis and Dearborn streets. 
Police Station No. H. Dudley street. 
Corner Warren ft Dudlev Engine No. 121. 
Corner Cabot and Culvert (Engine No. 13). 
Corner Dudley and Putnam streets. 
Small Pox Ho'*;>itai. Swett street. 
Shawmut Avenue i Horse Railroad Stable). 
Corner Warren street and Walnut avenue. 
Corner Clifford street and Blue-hill ave. 
Eusine No. 14. Centre street 
Police Station No. 10, Pynchon street. 
Longwoo 1. 

Corner Tremont and Francis streets. 
Repair Shop Boston & Providence R. R. 
Burkhardt's Brewery. Parker street. 
Corner Highland and Cedar streets. 
Corner Dale street and shawmut avenue. 
Corner Warren street and Blue-hill ave. 
Corner Pynchon and Heath streets. 
School House. Heath st r eet. 
Corner Warren and Quincv streets. 
Shawmut avenue near Egleston square. 
Corner Highland and Marcella streets. 
Corner Centre and Creighton streets. 
Corner Walnut avenue and Munroe st. 

Dorchester District. 

Corner Boston and Mt. Yernon street*. 
Corner Dorchester avenue and Cot: _ 
Engine House 21. Boat 
Corner Stoughton and Cottage streets. 
Engine Hou.-e No. 17. Meeting House Hill. 
Corner Bird and Cevlon streeN. 
Stoughton-st. Station (N. Y. & N. E. R. R.). 
Norfolk avenue, near Railroad Bridge. 
Savin Hill. 
Glover's Corner. 

Corner Green and Bowdoin streets. 
Fiela's Corner. 



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Harrison Square. 

llarr s Seh'l House, Adams st. opp. Centre. 
Putnam's Nail Works (Tort Norfolk). 
Corner Commercial and Preston streets. 
Corner Neponset avenue ami Minot street. 
Corner Water and Walnut streets. 
Corner Adams and Granite streets. 
Corner Dorchester avenue and Codman st. 
Corner Washington street and Warren pi. 
Corner Richmond and Adams streets. 
Corner Washington et and Dorchester av. 
Engine House No. 16. 
Engine House lit Norfolk street. 
Corner Norfolk and Madison streets. 
Corner Washington and Norfolk streets. 
Engine House 18, Harvard street. 
Coiner Harvard street and Blue-hill avc. 
Mt. Hope Cemetery (Sup'tenutnt's House). 



ANNEXED TERRITORY. 

Former Numbering Unchanged. 

Cliarlcstowu District. 

3 Holmes' Factory, Medford street. 

4 305 Medford street. 

5 Corner Medford and Bunker Hill streets. 
(5 Corner Seaver and Main streets. 

7 Comer Main and Eden streets. 

8 Main, toot of Baldwin street. 

9 Corner Cambridge and Brighton streets. 
12 Coiner Miller and Main streets. 

].'! Corner Washington and Union streets. 

14 Front, foot ot Arrow street. 

15 Fitchburg Railroad Yard. 

1(5 Corner Harvard and Main streets. 

17 Corner Chapman and Richmond streets. 

21 Corner City square and Chamber street. 

23 Corner Henley »treet and Henley place. 

24 Corner Tufts, Bunker Hill, and Vine sts. 
2.5 Corner Concord and Bunker Hill streets. 
2(5 Wallace court. 

31 Corner Bunker Hill and Webster streets. 

32 Corner Walker and Russell streets. 

34 21 Medford street. 

35 Medford street. 

41 Steamer House, Elm street. 

42 Navy Yard. 



West Itoxlniry District. 

Steam Fire Engine House, Centre street. 
Corner Pond and Prince streets. 

Corner Prince and Perkins streets. 

Comer May and Centre streets. 

Jamaica Plain Railroad station. 

Boylbton street Railroad Station. 

Hyde'.-- Corner. 

Forest Hills Railroad Station. 

Corner So ith and Key streets. 

Rohlindale Railroad Station. 

Central Kail road Station. 

West Roxbury Railroad Station. 

Coiner School street and Shawmut ave. 

Mount Hope Railroad Station. 

Canterbury School House. 

Corner Scarborough and Walnut streets. 



Regulations concerning Fire Alarms. 

First Alarm, to be given by striking three or 

more rounds. 
Second Alakm to be given by striking ten 

blows. 
Third alakm to be piven by striking twelve 
blows twice, thus: 12—12. 

In cases where the entire department are re- 
quited. Bignal to be given by striking twelve 
blows three times, thus: 1 _' — 1_'— 12. 

In eases where Hook and Ladder Companies 
only are wanted, signal to be (riven by striking 
ten blows once, with the No. of the Company 
struck twice, thus: II. & L. No. 1, 10— 1-1 ; 11. 
& L. No. 2, 10—2—2, etc. 

If more than one Hook & Ladder Company 
is wanted, the signal will be given thus: II. & 
L. Nos. 1 and 3, I0-1-1-3— 3; H. & L. NOs. 2 
and 4, 10—2—2—4—4, etc. 

ALFKED P. ROCKWELL, 
DAVID CHAMBERL1N, 
TIMOTHY T. SAW VEIL 

Fire Coram iasionera. 

JOHN F. KENNARD, Suj>'t. 

April 17, 1874. • 



WHARVES IN BOSTON. 



Abbott's. 370 Charles, ward 3. 

Alger's, Fourth, corner Foundry, S. B. ward 7. 

Allen's, Sumner. East Boston, ward 1. 

Arch, 204 Broad, ward . r > 

Aspin wall's, Mast Yard, 410 Commercial, wd. 2. 

Atkins, 521 Commercial, ward 2. 

Atlantic, HO Border, ward 1. 

Atlantic Steamship, .Marginal, E. B. ward 1. 

Bartlett's, 501 and 511 Commercial, ward 2. 

Batchelder's, from Mt. Washington ave. wd. 5. 

Battery, 370 Commercial, ward 2. 

Benson's, 410 Federal, ward 7. 

Blake's, P street, South Boston, -ward 12. 

Boole's, at Jeffries Point, Fast Boston, ward 1. 

Boston, First, S. B., ward 7. 

Boston Dye Wood & Chemical Co.'s, 312 Bor- 
der, wd. 1. [7, 

Boston Fire Brick Co.'s, 388 to 414 Federal, wd. 

Bowker's, Border, opp. Central sq. E B. wd. 1. 

Brooks's, foot of C, South Post on, ward 7. 

Brown's (South), from 2.50 Broad, ward 5, 

Brown and Lovelfs, 68 Sumner, E. B.wardl. 

Bulhird's, 278 Albany, ward 10. 

Burnham's, Ninth, cor. Old Harbor, ward 12. 

Calef's, 418 Federal, ward 7. 

Carlton's, 11!) Sumner, East Boston, ward 1. 

Central, fromlndia, foot Milk, wards 4, 5. 

Chelsea Ferry, foot of Hanover, ward 2. 

City. 15 Commercial, ward 4. 

Clapp's, from .">20 Commercial, ward 2. 

Clark and Leatherbee's, Lehigh, opp. Waj r , 
ward 7. 

Clark's wharf, f. New, n. Sumner, E. B. wd 1. 

Clifton s. Bolder, cor. Maverick, E. B. wardl. 

Comey's, 469 Commercial, ward 2. 

Commercial, 171 Commercial st. ward 2. 

Conley'6. First, near Dorchester, S. B. ward 12. 

Constitution, 411 Commciciul, waid 2. 



Cook.. Jordan & Morse's, Harrison ave. wd. 10. 
Cowdin's. Albany, foot of Troy, ward 7. 
Crafts', 26 Dorchester ave.. wd. 7. 
Crosby's, from 018 Commercial, ward 4. 
Crowley's. 104 Condor. East Boston, ward 1. 
Cunard, Marginal, opp. Orleans, E. B. ward 1. 
Curtis's, from 250 and 252 Federal, ward 5. 
Curtis's, Border, n. White, Fast Boston, wd. 1. 
Cush hag's, Lehigh, near Federal, ward 7. 
Darton's, Border, loot Lexington, E. B. wd.l. 
Derby's, next west of Craigie's bridge, ward 3. 
Dilla way's, foot of Sumner, n. New, E. Boston, 

ward 1. 
Dolbeare's, 258 Broad, ward 7. 
Drake's, 240 Federal, ward 6. [ward I. 

E. Boston, from ferry to Webster wharf, F. B. 
East-Boston dry dock, 96 Border, E. 1». ward 1. 
East-Boston ferry. Eastern avenue, ward 2. 
Eastern-packet pier, 120 Commercial, ward 2. 
Eastern R. R. wharf, Marginal, opp. Orleans, 

ward 1. 
Emery's, from 288 Federal, ward 7. 
European wharves. Marginal, ward 1. 
Farwell, 444 Federal, next S. B. bridge, ward 7. 
Ferry, foot Lewis, Kast Boston, ward 1. 
Fiske's, 4(53 Commercial, ward 2. 
Fletcher'6, 228 causeway, ward 2. 
Fort Hill, 224 Broad, ward 5. 
Foster's, 152 and 170 Broad, ward 5. 
Francis, 2.">o Federal, ward 5. 
Gas Co.'s, from 203 Commercial, ward 2. 
Glendon, Eagle, foot Trenton, E. B. ward 1. 
Goodnow's, 204 Causeway, ward 2. 
Googin'B, Eagle, near Gas Woiks. E. B. wd. 1. 
Grand Junction. Marginal, waid 1. 
Gray's, 4s0 Commercial, ward 2. 
Gutterson's, Lehigh, corner Albany, ward 7. 
Hull's, 170 Border, 11. Central sq. E. B. wurd 1. 



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Ilam and Piper's, 242 Albany, ward 7. 

Harris, 41!) Commercial, ward 2. 

Harris's. 180 Broad, ward 5. 

Hay ward's, t'r. Shaving, r. 304 Federal, ward 5. 

Bopbs's. 290 Federal, ward 5. 

Hol brook and Dillon's, 234 Broad. 

Hoppin's, Charles, n. Cambridge bridge, wd. 6. 

Hospital, from 27li to 804 Charles, ward 3. 

Howe's, 342 Federal, ward 7. 

Howe's, b Sumner, K B. ward I. 

Hubbard's, from 68] First, ward 12. 

India, from 120 Broad and. 51 India street, wd. 5. 

IngersoU's, 553 Commercial, ward 2. 

Jail wharf, from 200 to 240 Charles, ward 3. 

Jones, 180 Border, cor. Central sq. E. B. wd. 1. 

Kelly's, Marginal, near Jeffries, E. B ward 1. 

Kelly's Marine Railway, near People's Ferry, 

ward 1. 
Ladd's Hock, 11 Sumner, E. B. ward 1. 
Lawrence's, 555 Commercial, ward 2. 
Lewis, from 221 Commercial, ward 2 
Lincoln's, from 365 Commercial, ward 2. 
Litchfield's, 234 Broad, ward 5. 
Liverpool, 2.S0 Broad, ward 5. [ward I. 

Lombard, from Webster, near Lewis, E. B. 
Long, 236 State, ward 4. 
Loring's, 151) Sumner, E. B. ward 1. 
Lovejoy's, 182 Causeway, ward 2. 
Maine, 866 Broad, ward o. 
Martin's, 392 Federal, ward 7. 
Mason's, from Commercial, ward 16. 
Matthews, from 481 and 489 Commercial, wd. 2. 
Maverick, f. Sumner, n. Reoplt-'s Ferry, ward 1. 
Mayo's, from New, corner Sumner, E.B. wd. 1. 
McKaj 'b. Border, near Eagle, E. B. ward I. 
Mercantile, from Clinton to J-'hila. Packet piers, 

ward 2. 
Merrill & Edmand'^, Mt. Wash, avenue, wd. 7, 
Monk's, from First, South Boston, ward 7. 
M linn's. 438 Kederal, ward 7. 
Niekerson's, (A.) Border, n. Lexington, wd. 1, 
Nickcrson's, fr. New, n. Sumner, E. B. ward 1. 
Odiorne's, opposite 80 Sumner, E. B. ward 1. 
Old Colony, 37 Foundry, S. B. ward 7. 
Old-harbor wharf, foot of Old -harbor st. wd. 12. 
Otis's, from 198 Broad, ward 5. 
Packard's, 210 Broad, ward 5. 
Parkman's, from 27(1 to .304 Charles, ward 3. 
Pearl-street wharf, 286 Broad, ward 5. 
People's Ferry wharf, 55 Sumner, ward 1. 



Perry's, 90 Lehigh, ward 7. 

Philadelphia Packet pier, 117 Commercial, w. 2. 

Pierce's, Sixth, near P, South Boston, ward 12. 

Pioneer Dry Dock, next Otis's wharfi, ward 5. 

Piper's, 228 Federal, ward 5. 

Pope's, 2S0 Albany, foot of Troy, ward 7. 

Pope's, 282 Harrison avenue, ward 7- 

Prentice's, 324 Broad, ward 5. 

Raymond's, 150 Leverett to Livingston st. w. 3 

Rich's, 44!) Commercial, ward 2. 

Ripley's, 475 Commercial, ward 2. 

Roby s, 280 Causeway, ward 2. 

R-iwe's, 144 Broad, ward 5. 

Russia, 300 and 312 Broad, ward 5. 

Sargent's, 203 Commercial, ward 2. [ward 1. 

Shackford & Co.'s, Border, n. foot Lexington, 

Simpson's dock, fr. Marginal, n. Jeffries, wd. 1. 

Slate, from 52!) Commercial, ward 2. 

Snelling's, Albany, foot E. Canton, ward 10. 

Snow's wharves, fr. Mt. Wash. ave. ward 7. 

South Bay. 802 Harrison avenue, ward 11. 

Spear's, 254 Broad, ward 5. 

Stetson's, foot I, cor. First, ward 12. 

Sturtevant's, Border, foot Eutaw, E. R. ward 1. 

Summer street, foot of Summer, ward 5. 

T, opens from 40 Long wnarf. ward 4. 

Taylor's, 320 to 340 Charles, ward 3. 

Thompson's, 527 Commercial, ward 2. 

Thurston's, from Foundry street, S. B. ward 7. 

Tirrell's, 304 Federal, ward 5. 

Tileston's, 350 Broad, ward 5. [ward 1. 

Tilton & Cowdin's, Albany, 4th South of Dover, 

Tuft's, foot of Webster, E. B. ward 1. 

Union, from 323 Commercial, ward 2. 

Vinal's, 354 Charles, ward 3. 

Vinal's, Commercial, opp. Charter, ward 2. 

Wales's, 272 Federal, ward 5. 

Ward's, Sixth, near P, City Point, ward 12. 

Warren's, from 320 Marginal, ward 1. 

Way's, 450 Federal, ward 7. [ward 1. 

Weeks's (John), Border, opp. Central sq. E. B. 

Weeks's(Eben), 1 Sumner, E. B. ward 1. 

Whidden's-dock, Sumner, n. New, K. B.wd. 1. 

Whittier's, Albany, opp Randolph, ward 10. 

WhorPs, Jeffries, cor. Maverick, E. B. ward 1. 

Winnisimmet Ferry, north end Hanover, wd. 2. 

Wooley's, 170 Condor, East Boston, ward 1. 

Young's, 445 Commercial, ward 2. 

Young's, 110 Condor, n. the bridge, E. B. wd. 1. 



HALLS. 



Allston Hall, 1-18 Tremont, ward 4 
American Hall, San ford, near Wash, ward 16. 
Association Hall, 120 Hanover, ward 4. 
Athenaeum, junction Cottage and Pleasant, 

ward 10. 
Bay State Hall, Wash. cor. Boylston, ward 5 
Bennington Hall, Bennington, near Central sq. 

ward 1. 
Bowctoin Hall, Bowdoin square, ward 4. 
Boylston Hall, over Boylston market, ward 8. 
Brackett's Hall, 40!) Washington, ward 8. 
Broadway Hall, 220 Broadway, ward 7. 
Bumstead Hall, Central place, ward 4, 
Caledonia Hall, 289 Washington. 
Chauncy Hall, 34 Essex. 
Chester Hall, 1557 Washington, ward 11. 
City Hall, School street, ward 4. 
Codman Hall, 170-Tremont. 
Concord Hall, 3 West Concord, ward 11. 
Dearborn Hall, 1873 Washington, ward 14. 
Dudley Hall, 27 Guild row, ward 14. 
Dunbar Hall, 1)10 Harrison ave. ward 13. 
Eliot Hall. 08 Eliot, ward 8. 

Elmwood Hall, Oriole st. n. Walnut ave. w. 14. 
Essex Hall, Washington, cor. Essex, ward 5. 
Faneuil Hall, Mcich. row and F. Hall square, 

ward 4. 
Franklin Hall, 154 Broadway, S. B. ward 7. 
Fraternity Hall, 554 Washington, ward 8. 
Freemason's Hall, Fremont, cor. Boylston, w. 5. 
Friendship Hull, Bowdoin, n. Geneva, ward 10. 
Gray's Hall, 619 Broadway, ward 12. 
Guild Hull, Guild row, ward 13. 
Hampshire Hall, 538 Washington, ward 8. 
Highland Hall, 101 Warren, cor. Walnut ave. 

ward 14. 
Horticultural Hall, mo Tremont, ward 4. 
Hospitaller Hall, 598 Washington, ward 8. 
Hutchinson's Hall, Forest Hill ave. ward 10. 
Institute Hall, 113 Dudley, ward II. 
Jenkins Hall, 134 Broadway, ward 7. [wd. 4. 

John A. Andrew Hall, Clia.iuev, corner Essex, 
Journeymen Baker's Hall, Oil Pitts, ward 4. 
Kennedy Hall, 91 Warren, ward 14. 
Kossuth Hall, 10S7 Tremout, ward 15. 



Lowell Institute, rear 223 Washington, wd. 4. 

Lurline Hall, 3 Winter, ward 4. 

Lyceum -Hall, Broadway, cor. E, S. B. ward 12. 

Lyceum Hall, East, cor. Winter, ward 10. 

Masonic Hall,junc. Adams and Dorchesterave. 
ward 10. 

Masonic Hall, Central square, E. B. ward 1. 

Mattapan Hall, 361 Broadway, ward 12. 

Maverick Hall, Border, cor. Maverick, ward 1. 

Meionian, Tremont Te nple, ward 4. 

Minot Hall, W. Springfield, cor. Wash. wd. 11. 

Mt. Vernon Hall, Portland, cor. Sudbury, w. 4. 

Music Hall, Winter street, ward 4. 

Mystic Hall, 91 Hanover, ward 4. 

Nassau Hall, Washington, cor. Common, wd. 8. 

New Era Hall, 170 Tremont. 

Oakland Hall, River, cor. Oakland, ward 10. 

Odd- Fellows' Hall, 548 Washington, ward 8. 

Odd-Fellows' Hall, Tremont, cor. Berkeley. 

Park Street Hall, Park, cor. Exchange, ward 10. 

I'erkins Hall, 1350 Washington, ward 11. 

Quincy Hall, over Faneuil-hall market, ward 4. 

Redman Hall, 501 Washington, ward 8. 

Ritchie Hall, Maverick square, E, B. ward 1. 

Spring Hall, Albany, cor. Webber, ward 13. 

Stacy Hall, 40 Washington, ward 4. 

Sturtevant Hall, Maverick square. E. B. wd. 1. 

Sumner Hall, Elbow street, E. B. ward 1. 

Temple Hall, 18 Boylston. 

Templar's Hall, 400 Washington, ward 8. 

Town Hall, Washington, c. Norfolk, ward 10. 

Tremont Temple, 82 Tremont. 

Tuekerman Hall, Wash. cor. Dover, ward 10. 

Union Hall, Hancock, n. Columbia, ward 10. 

Wait's Hail, 890 Broadway, ward 2. 

Warren Hall, South, corner Beach, ward 5. 

Washington Hall, junc. Doich. ave. and Dor- 
chester, ward 12. 

Washington Hall, Maverick sq, E. B. ward 1. 

Washington Hall, 133 Blackstone, cor. Hanover, 
ward 2. 

Webster Hall, 1806 Washington, ward 13. 

Williams Market Hall, 1002 Wash, ward 10. 

Wood's Hall, Walnut, c. Wood, Nep. ward 16. 



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BLOCKS, BUILDINGS, Etc. 



Athenrcum, Beacon, near Bowdoin, ward 4. 
Bacon's buildings, IS.'!!) Washington, ward 14. 
Barristers' Hall. 7 Court square, ward 4. 
Batterman block, Lincoln, cor. Essex, ward 5. 
Bickum's block, foot Kr ox. ward 9. 
Blancbard's block. Court, n. Hanover, ward 4. 
Brazer's building, 27 State, c. Devonshire, w. 4. 
Buinstead block, rear 4119 Washington, wd. 5. 
Chapman block. Chapman, ward ft. 
City building, 21 Court square, ward 4. 
City Exchange, 12 and 14 Devonshire, ward 4. 
Columbia building, 8 Columbia, ward 5. 
Columbus block. 101 Eliot, ward 8. 
Commercial block, Com'l. c. Richmond, wd. 2. 
Commonwealth block. 1511 "Washington, w. 11. 
Continental block, 1111 Washington, ward 10. 
Coolidge building, Bowdoin square, ward 4. 
Court House, U. S. 140 Tremont, ward 5. 
Court House, 20 Court st and square, ward 4. 
Cox building, Dudley, cor. Bartlett, ward 14. 
Custom House. India, cor. State, ward 4. 
Custom House block, 1" State, ward 4. 
Dayton block, 440 Fourth, ward 12. 
Dean's block, 1843 Washington, ward 14. 
Diamond block. 1807 Washington, ward 14. 
Dudley block. Dudley cor. Cuildrow, ward 14. 
Duncan's block, bet." Third and Bolton, near 

B, ward 7. 
Essex building, 125 Essex, ward .5. 
Exchange building, K)'i5 Washington, ward 14. 
Free Masons' Hall, Tremont, c. Boylston, wd. 5. 
Globe Theatre building, 366 Wash, ward 5. 
Gore block. Green, cor. Pitts, ward 4. 
Greenleaf block, CazCnova place, ward 9. [12. 
Greenwood block, Broadway, c. Emerson, wd. 
Hall's block, 1S79 Washington, ward 14. 
Hichborn block, 83 North, cor. Bairctt, ward 2. 
Holmes block, Haymarket square, ward 4. 
Institute of Technology, Boylston, n. Berkeley, 

ward 9. 
Jail, Charles, near foot of Cambridge, ward 5. 
Joy's building, 81 Washington, ward 4. 
Lawrence block. Wash. cor. Kneeland, ward 8. 
Lawrence building, Tremont, c. West, ward 5. 
Leahy block. Sixth, near D, ward 7. 
Liberty tree block, Wash, cor. Essex, ward 5. 



Lincoln block, Lincoln, near Essex, ward 5. 

Lunatic Hospital. First, near M. ward 12. 

Madison block, 798 Wash, ward 10. 

Mariners' Exchange. Lewis, c. Com'l, ward 2. 

Marston's block, rear 83 Fifth, wud 7. 

Medical College, North Grove, ward 8. 

Merchants' Bank building, 28 State, ward 4. 

Merchants' Exchange. .55 State, wan! 4. 

Miimt buildings, Court, head Sudbury, ward 4. 

Monk's building, 8 Congress square, ward 4. 

Natural History Society building, Beikeley, c. 
Boylston. ward ft, 

New-England block, Blackstone, ward 4. 

Newman's block, 112 Pleasant, ward 9. 

Niles' block, S3 School, ward 4. 

Niles' building. 'Change avenue, ward 4. 

Old State House, Wash, head of State, wd. 4. 

Peterboro' block, Utica, near Kneeland, wd. 7. 

Pratt's block, Taylor, ward 10. 

Kailroad block, Lincoln, cor. Beach, ward 7. 

Railroad Exchange, Court square, ward 4. 

Richards' block, 1505 Washington, ward 11. • 

Rialto, 07 Devonshire, ward 4. 

Robinson's building, Field's cor. ward 10. 

Savings Bank bldg, Maverick sq.. E B ward 1. 

Sears building, Washington, cor. Court, ward 4. 

Shoe & Leather Exchange, 48 Hanover, ward 4. 

Sidney bldg.. Union Park, n Albany, ward 10. 

Soren s block, 113 Dudley, ward 13. 

State House, Beacon, cor. Mt. Vernon, ward 6. 

Studio bldg , Tremont, cor. Bronilield, ward 4. 

Tusker Block, 778 Dorchester avenue, ward 10. 

Thorndike bldg.. State, cor. Congress, ward 4. 

Traveller building, '11 State, ward 4. 

Tremont Temple, 78 to 80 Taemont, ward 4. 

Twombly's, rear of River, near Engine house, 
ward 10. 

Union building, 40 State, ward 4. 

U. S. Warehouse. Union wharf, ward 2. 

Van Rensselaer block, Tremont, cor. Van Rens- 
selaer place, ward 8. 

Warrcnton block, Eliot, ward 8. 

Washington building, 221 Washington, ward 7. 

Webster block. 1800 Washington, ward 13. 

Winthrop block, Maverick sq., E. B., ward 1. 

Winthrop block, 1821 Washington, ward 14. 



SOLDIERS' MESSENGER CORPS, 

FOR THE DELIVERY OF 

Messages, [Letters, Small Packages, Circulars, etc. 
IN THIS CITY AND ITS IMMEDIATE VICINITY. 



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STATI 

Front of Merchants' Exchange, State st. 12. 

Cor. Water and Washington streets. 13. 

Peniberton square. 14. 

Clarendon House.* 15. 

Liberty square. 10. 

Corner Milk and Washington streets. 17. 

Corner Summer and Washington streets. 18. 

and corner West and Washington sts. 19. 

Corner Arlington and Boylston streetB, and 20. 

Providence Depot. 21. 

Boston & Albany Depot. 22. 

Southwest corner of Court and Washing- 23. 

ton streets, Old State House. 

Corner of Winter and Tremont streets. 24. 



3STS. 

Front of Merchants' Bank, State street. 

State House. 

Merchants' row, corner of State street. 

Old Colony Depot. 

Corner of Arlington and Beacon streets. 

Corner of Franklin and Washington sts. 

Corner of Lindall and Congress streets. 

Opp. Horticultural Building, Tremont st. 

Corner Charles and Chestnut streets. 

hcollay's square. 

Athenaeum Building, Beacon street. 

Front of Boylston Market, on Washington 

street. 
Front of the Parker House, on School st. 



TARIFF.' 
To any point in Boston, north of Dover street and east of Berkeley street .... 15 cts. 
To any point in Boston, north of Dover strett and east of Berkeley street, with return 

Letter or l'arcel 25 cts. 

To any point in Boston, south of Dover st. (Old City limits), and west of Berkeley st. . 20 cts. 
To any point in Boston, south of Dover street (Old City limits), and west of Berkeley 

street, with return Letter oi Parcel 30 cts. 

To East or South Boston, Charlestown, Cambridge, Highlands, or any point out of 

Boston proper 25 cts. per hour. 

Circulars delivered according to agreement. 

Extra Messengers to be paid by the day may be had at the Superintendent's Office. 

* Messenger No. 4 has cards with printed Tariff for his Station. 

Complaints, from any cause whatever, made to the Superintendent, at his office, 24 Pemberton 
square, will secure prompt attention. 

X). O. BALCOM, fcjupt. 

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BANKS. 



Atlantic National Bank, 8 Kilby 

street. 
Atlas National Bank, 10 Kilby st. 
Blackstone National Bank, Union, 

corner Hanover street. 
Blue Hill National Bank. Washing- 
ton st., cor. Richmond st., Ward 16. 
Boston National Bank, 61 State st. 
BoYLnTon N a'iional Bank, 429 Wash- 
ington street. 
Broadway National Bank, 490 

Washington street. 
Central National Bank. Masonic 

Temple. Tremont, cor. Buylston st. 
Collateral Loan Co., 35 Union st. 
Columbian National Bank, 65 State 

street 
Continental National Bank, 51 

Chauncy street. 
Elevevth Ward National Bank, 

1515 Washington street. 
Eliot National Bank, 75 Devon 

shire street. 
Everett National Bank of Boh 

ton, 66 Slate street. 
Faneuil Hall National Bank, So 

Market street, cor. Merchants' row. 
PMr^t National Bank, 17 State st. 
First W rd National Bank, 1 Win 

throp Block, E.B. 
Freeman's National Bank, 158 Dev 

onshire street. 
Globe National Bank, 40 State st. 
Hamilton National Bank, 14Devon 

shire street. 
Howard National Bank, 85 State st 
Manufacturer's National Bank, 75 

Devonshire street. 
Market National Bank, 86 State st 
Massachusetts National Bank, 14 

Devonshire street. 
Maverick National Bank, 10 Dev 

onshire street. 
Mechanics' National Bank of Bos 

ton, 115 Dorchester avenue. 
Merchants' National Bank of Bos 

ton, 28 State street. 
Mount Vernon National Bank, 133 

Tremont street. 



National Bank of Commerce, 9 
Scars' Building. 

Nauonal Bank of the Common- 
wealth, 69 Devonshire street. 

National Bank of North America, 
70 State street 

National Bank of Redemption, 41 
Devonshire street. 

National Bank of the Republic, 
3 Merchants' row. 

National City Bank, 61 State street. 

National Eagle Bank, 16 Kilby st. 

National Exchange Bank, 28 State 
street. 

National Hide and Leather Bank, 
32 Devonshire street. 

National Revere Bank, Sears' Build- 
ing, Room 4. 

National Rockland Bank, 1935 
Washington street. 

National Security Bank, 89 Court 
street. 

National Union Bank, 40 State st. 

National Webster Bank, 39 State 
street, corner Congress. 

New England National Bank, 67 
State street. 

New England Trust Co., 41 Devon- 
shire street. 

North National Bank, 15 Devon- 
shire street. 

Old Boston National Bank, 48 State 
street. 

People's National Bank, 114 Dud- 
ley, corner Guild row. 

Second National Bank of Boston, 
1 & 2 Sears Building. 

Shawmlt National Bank, 43 State st. 

Shoe and Leather National Bank, 
13 Kiloy street. 

State National Bank, 40 State st. 

Suffolk National Bank, 60 State st. 

Third National Bamk of Boston, 
66 Stute street. 

Traders' National Bank, 91 State 
street. 

Tremont National Bank, 41 State 6t. 

Washington National Bank, 47 
State street. 



HOTELS. 



Adams, 371 Washington, D. Chamberlin. 
American. 56 Hanover, L. Kice & Son, 
Ashland, 1052 Washington, Chas. Spear. 
Avenue Hotel, 131 Dorchester avenue, 

Thomas F. Leavitt. 
Baronne House, John Seddon, 43 Howard. 
Barton House, 89 Lowell, N . Lean. 
Ben Franklin, 4 Sewall pi., Emma Spence. 
Bismarck House, 67 Carver, E. Colin. 
Blue Bonnet, 5 Sewall place, Mrs. Wm. G. 

Dobbins. 
Boston, Harrison ave., cor. Beach, W. M. 

Pray. 
Carney's Hotel, 769 Washington, S. P. 

Humphrey, 
Central House, 4 Central square, E. B., 

William Austin, 
Charles-street Hotel, 44 Charles, James H. 

Griffin. 
Chester House, 10 Harvard, M. Humphrey. 
City, 55 Brattle, Cray & Bell. 
Clarendon House, 523 Tremont, J. P. 

Draper. 



Columbia House, 29 Eliot, Henry Moss». 
Columbus House, 151 Pleasant, L. F. 

Simmons. 
Commercial, 68 and 70 Causeway, C. F. 

Clark & Co. 
Commonwealth, 1511 Washington. 
Continental House, 119 and 121 Causeway, 

J. B. Sampson. 
Coolidge, Bowdoin sq., S. B. Krogman. 
Cosmopolitan House, 33 Harrison avenue. 
Crawford House, 9 to 11 Brattle. [ley. 
Creighton House, 245 Tremont, J. T. Wil- 
Derby, 25 Cambridge, G. H. Kent. 
Dighton, 1256 Washington. 
Eagle. Lewis, c. Fulton, N. Bossey. 
Evans House, 175 Tremont, llowe & Elmer. 
Everett House, Washington, c. Camden, 

N. C. Severance. 
Fenno House, 40 Province,Mrs. T. II. Pike. 
Clendon House, 461 Chelsea, E. B., Benj. 

Wain wright. 
Hancock, 1 Coru ct., J. 11. Dudley. 



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Hayward's, Kreeland, cor. South, J. II. 
whittemore. 

Highland House, 2117 Washington, George 

White. 
Hope House, 26 ISTorth, Warren Ide. 
Hotel Bellevue, 17 Beacon. 
Hote' Berkeley, Berkeley, cor. Boylstou, 

II. \V. smith. 
Hotel Boylston, Boylston, cor. Tremont. 
Hotel Bradford, U ion Parkst. n. Albany. 
Hotel Dartmouth, Dudley, cor. Warren. 
Hotel Florence, Wash. cor. Florence. 
Hotel Hamilton, c. Commonwealth ave., 

and Clarendon. 
Hotel Kempton, Berkeley, c. Newbury. 
Hotel Newton, Newton, c. Harrison ave. 
Hotel Norwood, 8 Oak. 
Hotel Pelham, Boylston, c. Tremont. 
Hotel Van Rensselaer, 21'J Tremont, C. 

Englert. 
Hotel Vendome, Commonwealth avenue, 

corner Dartmouth. 
Hotel Waterston, 8 Bulfinch. 
International, 41") Wash., G. R. Reiehardt, 

8 Hayward place, until rebuilt. 
Jefferson House, 18 North, M. J. Klatley. 
Junction House, 52 Marginal, n. Orleans, 

E. H., I). L.Gray. 
LaGrange House, 218 Tremont. 
Lancaster (The). Wash. c. East Concord. 
Lowell House, 7o and 75 Causeway, H. 

Woodward. 
Mariners' House, 11 North square. 
Marlboro', 227 Wash., Sanborn & Farr. 
Marshall, 10 Marsh ill, J. Wadsworth. 
MarstOQ House, 17 Brattle. 
Massachusetts, EndiCOtt, corner Cross, 

Levi Russell, jr. 
Massasoit House, 9 Howard, Mrs. M. A. 

Hanscom. 
Maverick House, 24 Maverick sq., E. B., 

John A. Parks, agent. 
Merchants' Exchange, 55 and 57 Portland, 

John Harvey, manager. 
Merchants', IS Change av., .)os. Gardner. 
Merrimac, Merrimac, cor. Friend, G. W. 

Stackpole. 
Milliken House, 187 Wash., F. Milliken. 
Montreal, 44 Portland, Merrill & Haynes. 
National, Blackstone, cor. Cross, Oliver 

Stacpole. 
National House. 5 Church, A. L. Giles. 
New England, Clinton, cor. Blackstone, 

Lambert Maynard. 
Neponset IIous". Neponset ave., opposite 

Minot, ward 1(5, Nathan Holbrook. 
Neptune Hotel, 1 North sq., P Boodro. 
Norfolk, Eliot square, Chas. A. Jones. 
Page's Hotel, 29 Howard, Taylor Pane. 
Park House, Central ct., Wm. I). Park. 
Parker, GO School, 11. D. Parker & Co. 



Pavilion, 57 Tremont, TI. F. Gardner. 

Pfaff's, 155 Pleasant, Wm. Pfaff. 

Phillips House, 91 Sudbury, Mrs. A. G. 

Phillips. 
Providence House, 145 Pleasant, Mrs. A. 

Sweetman. 
Province House, 1G3 Washington and 11 

Province court. 
Quincy, 1 Brattle square, A. Long. 
Revere, Bowdoin square, cor. Bulfinch, 

Wetherbee, Chapin, & Co. 
Rohertson House, 181 Hanover, W. P. 

Robinson. 
Rob Roy House, 34 Portland, E. Black. 
Rugby Hotel, ">i> Kneeland, J as. Cooper. 
Rutland House, 1421 Wash., F. Paradise. 
Ryerson House, lil Friend, S. ltyeson. 
Sears House, Washington, corner Dover, 

John S. Landers. 
Belwyn House, 29 Harrison av. L. It. Morris. 
Bewail House, 3 Sewall pl„ H. Sheldon. 
Bhawmut Hotel, 014 Shawmut ave., Orin 

Fairbanks. 
Sheridan House, 37 and 39 Green, Daniel 

W. Fling. 
Sherman House, Court sq., B. Hull. 
SuelPs Hotel, 147 Pleasant, W. A. Snell. 
South Boston Hotel, 101 Fourth, T. A. 

Perrand. 
Squantum House, 11 Portland, J. Breen. 
St. Charles, u Kiiot, C. E. B. Edgerley. 
St. Cloud, Tremont, opp. Union Park. 
St. James, Franklin sq., 11. S. Crocker & 

Son. 
Steamboat House, 152 Broad, C. T. Wey- 
mouth. 
Stinson House, 71 Beach, Chas. Stinson. 
Stranger's Home, Marginal, cor. Haynes, 

E. B., Thomas Larkm. 
Temple House, 8 and 9 Bowdoin square, 

R. P>. Pierce. 
Thayer's, Washington, near Bridge, ward 

10, Warren S. Thayer. 
Tremont, Tremont, cor. Beacon, Chapin, 

Gurney, & Co. 
United States, Beach, corner Lincoln, 

Barnes & Buck. 
Warwick House, 1028 Washington, Start 

<te Fairbanks. 
Washington House, 15 Howard, S. S. 

Kimball. 
Watson's Hotel, D. C. Watson, 6 and 8 

Bulfinch. 
Webster House, :;s - 2 Hanover. 
Webster, 182 Sumner, J. G. (handler. 
Wilde's, 46 Elm, Cray. Bell & Bailey. 
Williams House,;;; Albany, (LB. Williams. 
Winter House, 1 Winter place, J. G. Hill. 
Winthrop House,:?! Bowdoin, J. II. Grout. 
Young's Hotel, Court ave., Geo. Young. 



THEATRES. 

"Boston Theatre 381 Washington street, near "West. 

Boston Museum Tremont street, near Court. 

Howard Theatre Howard Btreet. 



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HACK FARES. 



In City Proper, 

As established f>y Board of Aldermen, to take 
effect June 30, lyu'J. 

For one adult passenger from one place to 
another within the city proper (except as here- 
inafter provided), or from one place to another 
within the limits of East Boston — or from one 
place to another within the limits of South Bos- 
ton — or from one place to another within the 
limits of Boston Highlands (formerly Roxhury), 
the fare shall be FIFTYCENTS; and torevery 
additional adult passenger, FIFTY CENTS. 

For one adult passenger from any place (with- 
in the city proper) south of Dover street and 
west of Berkeley street, to any place vorlli of 
State, Court, and Cambridge streets ; or from 
any place north of State, Court, and Cambridge 
streets, to any place south of Dover street and 
west of Berkeley street, the fare shall be ONE 
DOLLAR: and for two or more passengers, 
FIFTY CENTS each. 

For children under four years of age, with an 
adult, no charge shall be made. For children 
between four and twelre years of age. when ac- 
companied by an udult, TWENTY-FIVE 
CENTS each. 

Between the hotrs of 12 o'clock at night and 
6 o'clock in the morning, for one adult passen- 
ger, the fare shall be double the amount allowed 
in the preceding sections and FIFTY CENTS 
for every additional adult passenger. 

The Baggage used by any person in travel- 
ling shall be free of charge. 



Fares to and from Boston Highlands, 

As established to take effect August 1, 1869. 

For one adult paascn erer, from any place in 
the city proper, north of Essex and Boylston 
streets, to any place in the Boston Highlands, 
or from any place in the Boston Highlands to 
anv place in the city proper, north ot Essex and 
Boylston street*, the tare shall be 7'iro DOL- 
LARS AND FIFTYCENTS; for two passen- 
gers, ONE DOLLAR AND TWENTY-FIVE 
CENTS each ; for three passengers, ONE 
DOLLAR each: for four passengers, SEV- 
ENTY-FIVE CENTS each. 

For one adult passenger, from anv place in 
the city proper, south of Essex and Boylston 
streets^ and north of Dover and Berkeley streets, 
to any place in the Boston Highlands, or from 
any plnce in the Boston Highlands to any place 
in the city proper, south of Essex and Boylston 
streets, and north of Dover and Berkeley streets 
the fare shall be TWO DOLLARS; for two 
passengers, ONE DOLLAR each : for three 
passengers, SEVENTY FIVE CENTS each ; 
for four passengers, SIXTY-TWO AND A 
HALF CENTS each. 

i or one adult passenger, from any place in 
the city proper, south of Dover and Berkeley 
streets, to any place in the Boston Highlands, 
or from anv place in the Boston Highlands to 
anv place in the citv proper, south ot Dover and 
Berkeley streets. th"e fare shall be ONE DOL- 
LAR AND TWENTY-VIVE CENTS; for two 
passengers, SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS each ; 
for three or more passengers, FIFTY CENTS 
each. 

For children under four years of age, with an 
adult, no charge shall be made. For children 
between four and twelve years of age, when 
accompanied by an adult, TWENTY-FIVE 
CENTS each. 

The Baggage used by any person in travel- 
ling shall be free of charge. 



Fares to and from East Boston and 
South Boston. 

As established to take effect April 1, 1SG4. 

For one adult passenger, from any part of the 
city proper, to either South Boston or East 
Boston, or from East Boston or South Boston 
te the city proper, ONE DOLLAR. 

For two orniore such passengers between said 
points, SEVENTY-FIVE CENTSe&ch. 

For children betweenfour and twelre years of 
age. when accompanied by an adult, one-half 
of the above sums ; and for children under 
four years of age, when accompanied by an 
adult, no charge is to be made. 

The Baggage used by any person in travel- 
ling, shall be jrec of charge. 



Dorchester Hack Fares, 

As established by the Board of Aldermen of 
Boston, to take effeqt May 1, 1871. 

For one adult passenger from one place to 
another, within the limits of Ward Sixteen 
(Dorchester), the fare shall be ONE DOLLAR. 

And for each additional adult passenger the 
fare shall be FIFTYCENTS. 

Provided, however, that between the hours 
of eleven of the clock, r. M., and fne of the 
clock, A. M., the fare shall be ONE DOLLAR 
AND FIFTY CENTS for one passenger; SEV- 
ENTY-FIVE CENTS each lor two passen- 
gers ; and for each additional passenger more 
than two. FIFTY CENTS. 

For one adult passenger from any point in 
Ward Sixteen north ot Centre street, to any 
point in the city proper south of Summer street 
and Beacon street, the fare shall he THREE 
DOLLARS; for two passengers ONE DOL- 
LAR AND FIFTY CENTS each; tor three 
passengers, ONE DOLLAR each ; for four 
passengers, SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS each. 

For one adult, passenger from any point in 
Ward Sixteen north of Centre street, to uny 
point in the city proper north of Summer street, 
and Beacon street, the fare shall be FOUR DOL- 
LARS ; for two passengers, TWO DOLLAR'S 
each ; tor three passengers, ONE DOLLAR 
AND THIRTY THREE CENTS each 5 for 
four passengers, ONE DOLLAR each. 

For one adult passenger from any point in 
Ward !"dxteen south of Centre street, to any 
point in the city proper south of Summer street 
and Beacon street, the fare shall be FIVE DOL- 
LARS; for two passengers, TWO DOLLARS 
AND FIFTY CENTS each ; for three passen- 
gers, ONE DOLLAR AND SIXTY-SIX 
CENTS each ; for four passengers, ONE DOL- 
LAR AND TWENTY-FIVE ( ENTS each. 

For one adult passenger from any point in 
Ward Sixteen south of Centre street, to any 
point in the city proper north of Summer street 
and Beacon street, the fare shall be SIX 
DOLLARS; for two passengers, THREE 
DOLLARS each ; for three passengers, TWO 
DOLLARS each ; for four passengers, ONE 
DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS each. 

For children under four years of age, with 
an adult, ho charge shall be made, tor chil- 
dren between, four and twelve years of age, 
when accompanied by an adult, the fare shall 
be half the rates for adults. 

No charge shall be made for one or two 
tiunks ; but for cacli addional trunk more than 
two, FIFTY CENTS may be charged. 



No owner, driver, or other person having charge of a hackney carriage, shall demand or receive 
any more than the price or rate of fare herein established, under 11 penalty of not less than ten nor 
more than fifty dollars for each offence ; and he shall forfeit his license. And fur refusing to carry 
any passenger from any railroad station or steamboat landing, to any point within the city, the 
owner, driver, or other person having charge of such hackney carriage, shall be subject to a like 
penalty. 



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HORSE RAILROADS. 



Cambridge Horse Railroad. 

STATION IN BOWDOIN SQUARE. 

Run to Brighton once in 30 min. 

" Harvard square " 7 " 

" Broadway " 30 M 

" Prospect street " 5 " 

" North avenue " 30 " 

•' Shepard street ** 15 " 

" Rice street " 15 " 

Cambridge st. via E. Cambridge " 30 " 

" East Camhridsre " 8 " 

" Fresh l"nd& Mt Auburn •• 30 " 

" Somerville " 80 " 

" Arlington " 60 " 

" Watertown «* 60 " 

Waltham Coaches connect at Watertown every 
even hour. 

Lynn & Boston Horse Railroad. 

treasurer's office, 73 cornkill. 

To Lynn, via Charlestown. every 60 minutes. 

Sunday, every 30 minutes. 
To Chelsea, via Charlestown, every 10 minutes. 
Coaches connect with Washington avenue cars 

for Woodlawn Cemetery. 
Coaches connect at Lynn for Peabody. 
June 1, for Chelsea Beach every 30 minutes. 



Metropolitan Horse Railroad. 

78 TREMONT. 

f Norfolk House once in 5 minutes. 

Mt. Pleasant " 15 " 

Warren street " 15 " 

Tremont street " 10 " 

Forest Hills " 60 " 

Egleston sqiare .... " 15 " 

Warren street " 15 " 

Camden street " 5 " 

Dudley street " 15 " 

Beacon street " 18 " 

From P. O., Boston Highlands. 
12, 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. A. m. 
Return from *>tate street. 
12}, 1J, 2J, 3i, 4J, aud 5.}, A. M. 



.5 3 

•- O 

Q 



Run to Brookline once in 30 minutes. 

" Jamaica Plain " 30 " 

" Dorchester, Grove 

Hull, & Town Hall, " 60 

Neckline " 5 *' 

To East Boston Ferry " 7 " 

CARS FOOT OF SUMMER STREF.T. 

Run to Dorchester once in 30 minutes. 

" Milton " 60 

" Washington Village " 15 " 
" Meeting-house Hill, " 30 " 

Centre street Cars run three times an hour. 

Highland Street Railway. 

OFFICE, 146 DUDLEY STREET. 

During bus;- ( Grove Hall, once in 15 minutes. 
nesB hours, ( harles H. Hovey's store, cor. 

run from \ Warren st and Walnut ave., 

Templeplace j once in 15 minutes; Dudley st. 
to L once in 15 minutes. 

Middlesex Horse Railroad. 

TREASURER'S OFFICE, 27 TREMONT ROW. 

Run to Charlestown Neck once in 10 min. 

" Bunker Hill " 8 " 

" Maiden " 60 »• 

" " Sunday (in summer) " 30 " 

" Everett " 60 " 

" " Sunday (in summer) " 30 " 

" Somerville " SO " 

" Winter Hill " 30 " 

Broadway Horse Railroad.l 

OFFICE, BROADWAY, NEAR K STREET. 

Run to South Boston every 5 minutes. 
Citizens' Line Coaches. 

Run from Northampton street. Boston, to the 
foot of Sale n street, Charlestown, every 4 min- 
utes from 5.45 a. m. to 10 p. m. 



STEAM CAR DEPOTS. 



Boston k Albanv, Beach, cor. Albany street. 
Boston, Harttord, & Erie, foot of Summer st. 
Boston & Lowell and Nasliuai Lowell & Milton, 

.SO Cameway street. 
Boston & Maine, Hay market square. 



Boston & Providence, Providence street, foot of 

Boston Co nmon. 
Eastern Railroad, 92 Causeway street. 
Fitchburg Railroad, 176 Causeway street. 
Old Colony, Kneeland, corner South street. 



WARD ROOMS. 



Ward 1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

" 5. 

fi. 

7. 

8. 
" 9. 
" 10. 

" 11. 
" 12. 
" 13. 



Old Lyman Schoolhouse, Meridian 

street. 
Ward Room, North Bennett street. 
Wells schoolhouse, Blossom street. 
F'aneuil Hall. 

H irnson avenue, near Essex street. 
Phillips 8choolhome, Anderson st. 
Jen kin's Hill. Broadway, cor. B. 
City Building, Warrentou street. 
Engine-house on Church street. 
Old Franklin Schoolhouse, 101D 

Washington street. 
Schoolhouse, Concord street. 
Dorchester street, near Broadway. 
Eustis, near Dearborn street. 



Ward 14. Institute Hall Dudley steeet. 
" 15. Ward Room. Pynchon street. 
" Hi. Old Town Hall, Washington street, 

Dorchester. 
" 17. Curtis' Hall, South street, West 

Roxbury. 

" 18. (Brookline). 

■« 19. Town Hall, Washington street, 

Brighton . 
•' 20. Choral Hall, Lawrence street, 

Charte-town. 
" 21. Mi sion Hall, Bunker Hill street, 

Charlestown. 
" 22. Union Hall, Main st., Charlestown. 



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ALFRED MUDGE & SON, 

BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS. 

No. 34 School Street, - - - Boston. 

JULIUS MAYER «& CO., 

PRACTICAL 

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